The Tony Awards, held on June 10 at Radio City Music Hall, emphasized the importance of encouraging young talent to express themselves on the stage. Parkland School’s drama teacher Melody Herzfeld was honored at the ceremony, and students from her class performed “Seasons of Love” to a standing ovation from Broadway’s elite.
Who doesn’t love a bit o’ the Bard? Shakespeare’s works have been performed both on the live stage and the big screen, and now residents of Cayman can enjoy snippets from some of his most famous comedies and tragedies at the Dart Park Amphitheatre on Saturday.
It is going to be difficult to top May’s film releases, the month that saw the latest “Star Wars” film and the much-anticipated premiere of the “Deadpool” sequel. That being said, there is plenty to divert (as Jane Austen would say) in June.
Why is the water there? For floating upon, of course! This Saturday, the waters around Cayman Cabana will be filled with colorful inflatables from noon to midnight, encouraging partygoers to relax and chill on a hot day.
A record-breaking number of students from government and private schools in the Cayman Islands are busy planning their costume presentation and dance routines for the 15th annual Junior Batabano street parade, set for Saturday.
Some much anticipated films arrive at the cinema in the next month, including the return of the Avengers in “Infinity War,” “Deadpool 2” and “Solo: A Star Wars Story,” which explores the origins of Han Solo.
The J’Ouvert Parade and Breakfast Fete on Saturday was declared a resounding success by Batabano organizer Donna Myrie. Those willing to start a party at 4 a.m. were not disappointed when they showed up at the secret location, revealed only at midnight.
Carnival season is nearly upon us, bringing colorful costumes and live music to the streets of Cayman. Before the big parades, however, there are pre-events well worth attending. One of the most popular of these is Batabano’s J’Ouvert Parade and Breakfast Fete, held this year on April 14.
Anyone born before the ‘70s will no doubt remember when the smash hit “Grease” hit the cinemas, starring Olivia Newton-John and heartthrob John Travolta. The Pink Ladies and the T-Birds sang some unforgettable songs that are still popular today. Head to any karaoke night and you’re bound to hear “Summer Nights” or “You’re the One That I Want” at least once.
It seems that two movers and shakers in the service industry are finally coming together. The Thai Group Ltd., known for Thai Orchid Restaurant and Touch of Thai Spa, has purchased The Attic Sports Lounge and Obar Nightclub in Queens Court Plaza, and is joining forces with master mixologist Lachlan Morris.